What If #71 (1995) – The Review

I loved the idea of this book – but it wasn’t the story I was expecting.  First off – the bomb that created the thousand Hulks was not the famous “Test” Gamma Bomb that Bruce created – instead it was the bomb that America dropped on Hiroshima in 1945.  The Hulks were both freaks andContinue reading “What If #71 (1995) – The Review”

Red Hulk & Skaar MiniMates (2009)

These are just on the shelves now – I guess it’s good to put the new kids on the block in a pack – I’m not really sure why I picked these up… I kind of felt like I had to buy them.  I’m not really sure if I’m even going to display them.  I’llContinue reading “Red Hulk & Skaar MiniMates (2009)”

Wizard #214 is Hulk-tastic!

Listen, it’s been a while since I actually bought a Wizard, the magazine just doesn’t do it for me anymore – but a friend told me to check it out for a few Hulk treats inside.  There’s a top ten list entitled Savage Showmen where they count down the Hulk’s most successful creators.  Here’s whatContinue reading “Wizard #214 is Hulk-tastic!”

Skaar: Son of Hulk #12 (2009) – The Review

I know this post is really late going up – but I left my computer at work last night and didn’t get it again until this morning – but here it is! Let’s take a break from the MCP reviews with something a little more current!  I forgot to review #11 – although I willContinue reading “Skaar: Son of Hulk #12 (2009) – The Review”

Marvel Comics Presents #78 (1991) – The Review

Here’s one of the more… unusual stories.  The Hulk is hanging out in a bar – Selene, the Black Queen, walk in and tries to cozy on up to the Hulk.  Hulk tells her that he’s “Not Interested” (Which is also the title of this sordid little tale).  Selene tries to get the Hulk’s attention,Continue reading “Marvel Comics Presents #78 (1991) – The Review”

Marvel Comics Presents #38 (1989) – The Review

This story, entitled “Art for Art’s Sake”, has Fixit being sent to a musician’s house to strong arm him into playing at Mr. B’s girlfriend’s party.  See, when Brian Newman was an up and comer Mr. B helped him get on his feet and become a best selling artist.  So, Hulk heads out to BrianContinue reading “Marvel Comics Presents #38 (1989) – The Review”

Marvel Comics Presents #45 (1990) – The Review

So, in the hey day of Mr. Fixit, it seems there were plenty of writers wanting to take a crack at this great persona of the Hulk.  While the stories weren’t very long they were absolutely entertaining – and this one is my favorite.  Why?  It’s entitled “The Main Event” and it matches up theContinue reading “Marvel Comics Presents #45 (1990) – The Review”

Hulk Plastic Figure (1991)

The bottom of this figure says “Applause” and what looks like “1991”.  Not sure where this figure came from – or if it’s from anything but it’s about 2 inches high and I’ve only seen it just once.  I thought I had all of the tiny Hulks out there but this one escaped me forContinue reading “Hulk Plastic Figure (1991)”

Marvel Comics Presents #6 (1988) – The Review

This issue was harder to find than I thought it would be – and I was a little surprised to hear the Hulk was in it because he’s not on the cover – no, instead he’s on the back cover – and you can tell by the image it’s the grey Hulk, not just theContinue reading “Marvel Comics Presents #6 (1988) – The Review”

The Hulk and Doom Mini-Mates (2009)

Let me tell you – Doom knows the power he’s dealing with when he tangles with the Hulk.  As evident as his first encounter with him in the now classics Incredible Hulk #143 and #144 – Doom wanted to harness the Hulk’s power for is own greedy needs – but this isn’t the last time theContinue reading “The Hulk and Doom Mini-Mates (2009)”

Rampaging Hulk #1 Page #23 (1998)

I reviewed the short lived series “The Rampaging Hulk” a little while back – and I talked about Rick Leonardi’s art – well, my wonderful wife was able to find original art from this series. Not only was she able to find original art but she found a page featuring the Hulk and Bruce BannerContinue reading “Rampaging Hulk #1 Page #23 (1998)”

Marvel Fanfare #7 (1983) – The Review

Marvel Fanfare has some original Hulk stories that absolutely rock!  This is a great story that pitts the immovable Blob and the untouchable Unus against the strongest living mortal on the planet!  The story starts with the Hulk being attacked by some army men – the Hulk dispatches them and jumps away.  Meanwhile, the BlobContinue reading “Marvel Fanfare #7 (1983) – The Review”